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Auto & Fleet Mechanic

5160 Pentecost Drive #C
Modesto, CA 95356

Certified Axle Repairs

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Our ASE Certified technicians have the equipment and information needed to determine and correct the cause of your vehicle troubles. Whether you need repairs or further internal diagnostics Auto & Fleet Mechanic is fully qualified to help you from diagnostics to full vehicle service repair or replacement.

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  • State of the art diagnostic equipment
  • Precision auto repair & service

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AXLE REPAIR & REPLACEMENT SERVICES

Inspecting the axle periodically is key to avoiding expensive repairs in the long run. The cost of repairing a car’s axle can tremendously increase if you have to replace both axels as well as the other connecting components. Which is why we have a whole department dedicated to vehicle preventative maintenance.

HOW DO CAR AXLES ACTUALLY WORK?

A car’s axle connects with and supplies the rear and front wheels of a car with power. As a rotating part, it is important to maintain the axles regularly in order to stay in good working condition. You need to have your axles serviced regularly so that your car’s bearings do not need to be replaced more often than is what is recommended. Both rear and front axle repairs involve the replacement of these parts.

REAR AXLE REPAIRS VS FRONT AXLE REPAIRS

Having Auto and Fleet Mechanic ASE certified technicians carry out the front axle repair helps the moving components to keep functioning and guide it against wearing down the connection point at the transmission. Meanwhile, rear axle repairs effectively shield the moving parts inside the differential.

DO YOUR CAR AXLES HAVE PROBLEMS?

If you ever notice shaking, shimmying or shuddering while driving your car, contact us at Auto and Fleet Mechanic to take a look at it and fix it appropriately. It pays to have your axle components checked for problems before they require complete replacement. Our technicians can often detect developing issues by visually inspecting your car after lifting it up on the rack. Lubricating is important, but in some cases will not be enough to solve the problem with your car’s axels or cv joints. Timely cited repairs needed to be carried out to keep your car in safe driving condition.

YOU CAN AVOID REPLACING YOUR CAR AXLE

To save yourself the cost of replacing your car’s axles, all you need to do is to contact us to receive a thorough inspection of your axles and joints. We can schedule the appointment around your time so that it is the most convenient for you.

DRIVELINE REPAIR & REPLACEMENT SERVICE

What do you understand about your driveline? Are you aware that the driveline of your car consists of several parts that are separate from the transmission and engine? The driveline is composed of the axles, driveshaft, joints, differentials, and wheels. All the parts are commonly referred to as drivetrain. These separate components work together to steer and propel the car. Driveline repair can become imperative when there is structural or physical damage, rusting, wear and tear, or breakage to any component of the system.

SYMPTOMS OF A BAD DRIVELINE

There is a problem with your car’s driveline when you are unable to steer properly, and it’s important to schedule an inspection with us at Auto and Fleet Mechanic as soon as possible. One of our car experts will inspect the driveline and recommend the necessary repairs required to restore your car to safe working conditions. Most of the time this involves replacing the worn out parts, but it can also entail replacing the entire system. It is common to carry out driveline replacements with older vehicles.

BALANCING A DRIVELINE SHAFT

It might be time to perform a driveline repair if you notice that your vehicle seems to shudder when you step on the gas. There could also be a hard, loud noise when shifting your car. This indicates there might be a problem with the joints. Our technicians can inspect your car to detect if there are leaks, cracks in the housing, damage to individual parts or check for overall wear to determine the necessary steps for repair.

DRIVELINE REPAIRS

If you experience any of the above symptoms, call us or bring your car to Auto and Fleet Mechanic’s auto repair shop to have our technicians take a look. We will check for specific areas of concerns and recommend repairs for any of the components of the drivetrain that need it or inform you of where the source of the problem is originating from if your driveline is fine. It is important to carry out inspections, and repairs to keep your car in good working condition.

CV JOINT REPAIR & CV JOINT REPLACEMENT

Boot replacement can save you money if identified early, but it is a labor-intensive operation that requires much effort and time when done by yourself. For joints that haven’t been lubricated for a long period of time, you might likely need to replace the whole axle. In some cars, the CV joint cannot be easily replaced – the whole half-shaft will need to be replaced. The half-shaft is important; it is the force that propels front-wheel vehicles.

If your vehicle’s CV joints need to be serviced or repaired, you may need to start considering having the repair done sooner than later to avoid further damage to your driveline and by extension your car.

UNDERSTANDING YOUR CV AXLE COMPONENTS

When it comes to CV axle maintenance, one of the most crucial parts is the inspection of the protective boots. Replacing cracked rubber boots can save you the higher expense that a joint or half-axle replacement requires. These parts of the CV joints are constantly exposed to the rough nature of the road you drive on. Regardless of this stress, these components can endure up to tens of thousands of miles, in as much as the protective boots that cover them remain intact. CV joints failure is often times caused by boot failure, leading to loss of grease and entry of moisture and dirt.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND CV BOOTS?

CV boots are the protective rubbers or plastic components that cover a CV axle. They protect the CV axle from bumps on the road. As a result of constant use, wear and tear make the flexible rubber fatigue over time. Ultimately, the rubber cracks and releases the lubricant and allows dirt and moisture in. Auto and Fleet Mechanic offers brake inspections, which can be the best time to also inspect your car’s CV boots. At Auto and Fleet Mechanic, we aim to provide you with the highest level of quality and satisfactory services that are cost effective. We assure you of having a stress free driving experience following your contact with us.

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AXLE REPAIR & REPLACEMENT SERVICES

Inspecting the axle periodically is key to avoiding expensive repairs in the long run. The cost of repairing a car’s axle can tremendously increase if you have to replace both axels as well as the other connecting components. Which is why we have a whole department dedicated to vehicle preventative maintenance.

HOW DO CAR AXLES ACTUALLY WORK?

A car’s axle connects with and supplies the rear and front wheels of a car with power. As a rotating part, it is important to maintain the axles regularly in order to stay in good working condition. You need to have your axles serviced regularly so that your car’s bearings do not need to be replaced more often than is what is recommended. Both rear and front axle repairs involve the replacement of these parts.

REAR AXLE REPAIRS VS FRONT AXLE REPAIRS

Having Auto and Fleet Mechanic ASE certified technicians carry out the front axle repair helps the moving components to keep functioning and guide it against wearing down the connection point at the transmission. Meanwhile, rear axle repairs effectively shield the moving parts inside the differential.

DO YOUR CAR AXLES HAVE PROBLEMS?

If you ever notice shaking, shimmying or shuddering while driving your car, contact us at Auto and Fleet Mechanic to take a look at it and fix it appropriately. It pays to have your axle components checked for problems before they require complete replacement. Our technicians can often detect developing issues by visually inspecting your car after lifting it up on the rack. Lubricating is important, but in some cases will not be enough to solve the problem with your car’s axels or cv joints. Timely cited repairs needed to be carried out to keep your car in safe driving condition.

YOU CAN AVOID REPLACING YOUR CAR AXLE

To save yourself the cost of replacing your car’s axles, all you need to do is to contact us to receive a thorough inspection of your axles and joints. We can schedule the appointment around your time so that it is the most convenient for you.

DRIVELINE REPAIR & REPLACEMENT SERVICE

What do you understand about your driveline? Are you aware that the driveline of your car consists of several parts that are separate from the transmission and engine? The driveline is composed of the axles, driveshaft, joints, differentials, and wheels. All the parts are commonly referred to as drivetrain. These separate components work together to steer and propel the car. Driveline repair can become imperative when there is structural or physical damage, rusting, wear and tear, or breakage to any component of the system.

SYMPTOMS OF A BAD DRIVELINE

There is a problem with your car’s driveline when you are unable to steer properly, and it’s important to schedule an inspection with us at Auto and Fleet Mechanic as soon as possible. One of our car experts will inspect the driveline and recommend the necessary repairs required to restore your car to safe working conditions. Most of the time this involves replacing the worn out parts, but it can also entail replacing the entire system. It is common to carry out driveline replacements with older vehicles.

BALANCING A DRIVELINE SHAFT

It might be time to perform a driveline repair if you notice that your vehicle seems to shudder when you step on the gas. There could also be a hard, loud noise when shifting your car. This indicates there might be a problem with the joints. Our technicians can inspect your car to detect if there are leaks, cracks in the housing, damage to individual parts or check for overall wear to determine the necessary steps for repair.

DRIVELINE REPAIRS

If you experience any of the above symptoms, call us or bring your car to Auto and Fleet Mechanic’s auto repair shop to have our technicians take a look. We will check for specific areas of concerns and recommend repairs for any of the components of the drivetrain that need it or inform you of where the source of the problem is originating from if your driveline is fine. It is important to carry out inspections, and repairs to keep your car in good working condition.

CV JOINT REPAIR & CV JOINT REPLACEMENT

Boot replacement can save you money if identified early, but it is a labor-intensive operation that requires much effort and time when done by yourself. For joints that haven’t been lubricated for a long period of time, you might likely need to replace the whole axle. In some cars, the CV joint cannot be easily replaced – the whole half-shaft will need to be replaced. The half-shaft is important; it is the force that propels front-wheel vehicles.

If your vehicle’s CV joints need to be serviced or repaired, you may need to start considering having the repair done sooner than later to avoid further damage to your driveline and by extension your car.

UNDERSTANDING YOUR CV AXLE COMPONENTS

When it comes to CV axle maintenance, one of the most crucial parts is the inspection of the protective boots. Replacing cracked rubber boots can save you the higher expense that a joint or half-axle replacement requires. These parts of the CV joints are constantly exposed to the rough nature of the road you drive on. Regardless of this stress, these components can endure up to tens of thousands of miles, in as much as the protective boots that cover them remain intact. CV joints failure is often times caused by boot failure, leading to loss of grease and entry of moisture and dirt.

DO YOU UNDERSTAND CV BOOTS?

CV boots are the protective rubbers or plastic components that cover a CV axle. They protect the CV axle from bumps on the road. As a result of constant use, wear and tear make the flexible rubber fatigue over time. Ultimately, the rubber cracks and releases the lubricant and allows dirt and moisture in. Auto and Fleet Mechanic offers brake inspections, which can be the best time to also inspect your car’s CV boots. At Auto and Fleet Mechanic, we aim to provide you with the highest level of quality and satisfactory services that are cost effective. We assure you of having a stress free driving experience following your contact with us.

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